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In Pictures: Life around Eiffel Tower - In Pictures - Al Jazeera English

In Pictures: Life around Eiffel Tower - In Pictures - Al Jazeera English

Untitled by German husband-wife photographers Bernd (1931-2007) and Hilla Becher (b.1934). Gelatin silver print. via muslin & canvas

Untitled by German husband-wife photographers Bernd (1931-2007) and Hilla Becher (b.1934). Gelatin silver print. via muslin & canvas

Issey Miyake Parfums invites you to take a pause for pure digital emotion. www.isseymiyakeparfums.com

Issey Miyake Parfums invites you to take a pause for pure digital emotion. www.isseymiyakeparfums.com

Bathroom renoval by Amaury Neto, via Behance

Bathroom renoval by Amaury Neto, via Behance

power transmission lines- this is from an artistic pin, but while engineers see the sharp lines and contrast, they can also see the technical: the millions of volts and amps that must pass through this single node.   Does anyone else remember that transmission loss over long distances is a function of voltage? Transformed power is stepped up into high amps for long distance transmission. More reasons we owe the modern age to Tesla.

power transmission lines- this is from an artistic pin, but while engineers see the sharp lines and contrast, they can also see the technical: the millions of volts and amps that must pass through this single node. Does anyone else remember that transmission loss over long distances is a function of voltage? Transformed power is stepped up into high amps for long distance transmission. More reasons we owe the modern age to Tesla.

Bernd & Hilla Becher - The German artists Bernd and Hilla Becher, who began working together in 1959 and married in 1961, are best known for their "typologies"—grids of black-and-white photographs of variant examples of a single type of industrial structure. To create these works, the artists traveled to large mines and steel mills, and systematically photographed the major structures

Bernd & Hilla Becher - The German artists Bernd and Hilla Becher, who began working together in 1959 and married in 1961, are best known for their "typologies"—grids of black-and-white photographs of variant examples of a single type of industrial structure. To create these works, the artists traveled to large mines and steel mills, and systematically photographed the major structures

Gysbert Zijlstra (1978) and Erris Huigens (1978) derive their inspiration from the industrial or urban landscape.

Gysbert Zijlstra (1978) and Erris Huigens (1978) derive their inspiration from the industrial or urban landscape.